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LISTEN: Le’Veon Bell 911 Burglary Call Reveals Details About Naked Thieves

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In an alleged robbery that occurred on May 25, New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell claims that two of his girlfriends stole over $500,000 worth of jewelry and other items from his Florida home. And the details show just how reckless Bell was being at his home before the reported robbery. 

The recorded 911 call from the incident was recently accessed by TMZ.

During the call, Bell was unable to describe what the two suspects were wearing because, well, he claims they were both naked in his bed when he left.

You can listen to the full below:

 

“Well, I had two girls in my house. And I got up, and I did my normal routine to go to work out. So I left the workout for a couple hours,” Bell said during the call. “When I came back, they took my money, they took my watch, my jewelry, a couple more of my things of value out of my house.”

Among the items stolen were $22,600 in cash, plus four pieces of jewelry worth $350,000, $75,000, $80,000, and $15,000, respectively. A diamond encrusted Black Panther chain was listed among those stolen. There was also an unspecified item valued at $5,000. 

When asked about the attire of one of the suspects, Bell told the operator that he left the two women naked in his bed before the incident occurred.

The call was sent out at 4:33pm, three and a half hours after he left to go to the gym.

“I tried to call them before I called you guys. I tried to call them and they’re not answering me, and they’re ignoring me,” Bell said.

There has been no update as to whether the suspects have been taken into custody, or if Bell was able to retrieve his items.

Gang Green Baby! ✈✈ pic.twitter.com/NB6WyXjpVd

— Le'Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) June 18, 2019

Bell recently signed a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the New York Jets after missing the entire 2018-19 season due to a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The $35 million in guaranteed is the second largest amount in the NFL.


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